Saturday, September 26, 2015

Cynical Proverbs 9:26

 "This will hurt me than it hurts you"
 Well we could trade places and find out. I'm sure if I'm the one offering the pain and abuse, it would ease your "suffering.

Wednesday, September 23, 2015

The Kim Davis interview : a game of "Hungry Hungry Hypocrite"

(9-23-15) Edited to add more interview idiocy as well as this meme-tastic photo to show that Kim Davis is just as lovely on the outside as she is on the inside. Try to control yourself in that presence of such sexy sexiness:

This is just another blogging quickie for now, but America's crowned bigotry princess, Kim Davis, is so insistent on hilariously embarrassing herself, that that I have to comment on the whinefest she gave to ABC News on Monday while failing to hit the softballs interviewer Paula Faris tosses her way. Here's a piece of the interview where Davis demonstrates that she's as adept with ideological and internal consistency as she is with Constitutional scholarship (i.e not at all):

Kentucky county clerk Kim Davis, who refused to issue marriage licenses to same-sex couples, said she's been called Hitler, a hypocrite and a homophobe, she told ABC News' Paula Faris today in an interview in Morehead, Kentucky."What people say about me does not define who I am. That’s everybody’s opinion and that’s everybody’s right," Davis told ABC News. Davis said she's been "called Hitler, I’ve been called [a] hypocrite, I’ve been called a homophobe." "I’ve been called things and names that I didn’t even say when I was in the world. Those names don’t hurt me," Davis said. "What probably hurt me the worst is when someone tells me that my God does not love me or that my God is not happy with me, that I am a hypocrite of a Christian."

Accurate descriptions names like "hypocrite" don't bother Davis but the way to really hurt her is to say she's hypocritical about her "Christian principles" because she doesn't care what people are saying about her. Got all that? If you do, you obviously have a better Idiot-to English guide than I do. I guess for a dumb broad like Davis, a "hypocrite" is just an animal that lives around African rivers. And let's back up for a minute and examine this baloney a bit closely:

What people say about me does not define who I am. That’s everybody’s opinion and that’s everybody’s right,"

Which is odd, since it thought the entire point of this bullshit was that Kim Davis thinks that everyone does not have rights? That's why she thinks it's ok to violate her occupational oath as well as several court orders. If she respected "everyone's opinion and everyone's right" then she wouldn't be in this mess. (Oops there we go again, gay-agenda-ing bigoted would-be mini-tyrants with our "reasoning.") Besides, it's understandable that Davis isn't thinking clearly. Her mind is occupied with figuring out how she can screw over gay couple and their legally-protected rights yet again before she's hauled back off to jail for her umpteenth contempt if court (Hmm, I could have sworn there was a word to describe the obvious irrational hatred this woman has for the gays. Oh well, I'm sure a non-hypocrite like her can figure it out.)

Update: More interview amusement:

“People are saying you’re a hypocrite. Are you?” asks ABC’s Paula Faris. “No, I’m forgiven,” Davis says. “Washed clean.”
I wish God would do the same for her hair.  I guess He's too busy punishing gay people for engaging in their legal rights to take a little of the generic-branded watered down cleaning detergent to finish scrubbing away the shit stains on Kim's soul. But that can be hard when this "clean" woman insists on rolling around in the muck of discrimination over and over again.

Update 2, Special Championship Edition Turbo: I forgot to mention this piece of WTF ridiculousness when talking about the ABC interview. See, we were too hasty in accusing Kim Davis of being a spiteful little bigot because, as she points out "some of her best friends are black!" (Ok she actually uses the rainbow-hued equivalent of that cliche and uses "gay" instead.) These "friends" (the address is 123 Fake Street in Imaginationland for eager fans wanting the guided tour) prove that she's not a shrill, hateful harpy! Except that theyll probably be here ex-friends because she proudly mentions that she'd deny them marriage licenses too (and any potential gay children too, just in case the repulsive vile wasn't apparent enough.) Apparently is too dumb to realize the the whole point of reciting that trite and hoary argumentative defense is to prove you aren't a discriminatory idiot.

Saturday, September 19, 2015

Cynical Sincere Proverbs: 9:19

Kim Davis: Government  Welfare Queen showing off that her licensed to bigot is notarized by Right-Wing Fantasy Jesus, so SUCK IT highest court in the nation!

This particular quote I created was inspired by America's favorite bureaucratic obstructionista, bravely defending her "insincerely-held religious privilege" from the evil tyranny of the Gay Mafia wanting to oppress decent Christian bigots by utilizing their legally-protected right to homo-marry each other. Seeing her haggard mug of spiteful unpleasantness paraded around as the fundamentalist queen of Professional Victimhood  (not that she's going to quit her first job, despite a small hindrance of refusing to actually do it, even under court order and Constitutional decree, like that matters to a government official who's delusional bout of power-mad pettiness was sanctioned the lawful decree of Biblical Misinterpretation), it got me to ponder:

"If  the result is we get to spend an eternity with people like this, why is it called 'Heaven'?"


Friday, September 4, 2015

Cynical Proverbs 9:04

"The road to Hell is paved with good intentions."
Unlike the road to heaven, which is paved with bad intentions (oh and potholes!) I guess being traversed under the weight of all that sanctimony did a number on the poor street.